"I used to be so blessed to have the ability to work day by day with probably the most superb forged, crew, writers and help staff!" I wouldn't even trade the knowledge for anything on the planet...
He continued, "Thank you all!" Vanessa has left the force to launch her own private security firm, and she makes Kevin an offer he can't refuse - to be her new business partner. "It came at a time when I needed to laugh". "Thank you @cbstvstudios and thank you @sony for your constant dedication to the show". You don't always get a second chance at something that meant so much to you and I did, and I am so grateful for it. Okay, perhaps a season 3.
The CBS comedy got the ax after two seasons, ET can confirm. I am so happy that it happened and I will miss seeing all of you.
"Well folks that sadly is a series wrap on Kevin Can Wait", he wrote in an Instagram caption. The show's executive producer Andy Fickman confirmed the news via social media yesterday. "So proud of what we did and this remarkable and talented Cast, Writers & Crew. Additionally a particular due to the superb individuals of Lengthy Island who welcomed us with open hearts!" "Onward to the next exciting adventures but will carry treasured memories of KCW with me!" However, Kevin Can Wait seemed like the safest bet for renewal, especially considering how the network had treated Man with a Plan up until this point and despite of the controversy the show generated in killing off female lead Erinn Hayes. James and Remini previously starred together on CBS' King of Queens as husband and wife from 1998 to 2007.
The former Friends star plays family man Adam Burns, a contractor who picks up the slack at home when his wife, Andi (Yes, Dear's Liza Snyder), returns to work; Kevin Nealon (Weeds), Stacy Keach (Two and a Half Men) and Matt Cook (Clipped) co-star.
CBS is also understood to have pulled the plug on sitcom 9JKL, after one season. The dynamic of the series changed significantly after Donna's death, as Kevin was now a single dad.